1807, English, Book edition: The poems of Ossian, in the original Gaelic, with a literal translation into Latin by Robert MacFarlan ; together with A dissertation on the authenticity of the poems, by Sir John Sinclair ; and a translation from the Italian of the AbbCesarotti's dissertation on the controversy respecting the authenticity of Ossian, with notes and a supplemental essay, by John McArthur. [electronic resource] Ossian 3rd cent.-

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  • 3 v. :
Published
  • [London s.n.] 1807
Language
  • English

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  • The poems of Ossian, in the original Gaelic, with a literal translation into Latin by Robert MacFarlan ; together with A dissertation on the authenticity of the poems, by Sir John Sinclair ; and a translation from the Italian of the AbbCesarotti's dissertation on the controversy respecting the authenticity of Ossian, with notes and a supplemental essay, by John McArthur.
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  • Works.
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  • Ossian 3rd cent.-
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  • Macfarlan, Robert, professor of Gaelic.
  • Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835.
  • Cesarotti, Melchiorre, 1730-1808.
  • M'Arthur, John, 1755-1840.
Published
  • [London s.n.] 1807
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 3 v. :
Language
  • English
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